Things may be winding down on campus, but the Academic Support Center is here for you during Finals Week and over break! You’ll be able to access tutoring during Finals Week. The Writing Clinic will be open on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday to ensure you can polish those last-minute papers; our exam week hours appear below. While the Math Clinic will be closed during Finals, you’ll be able to access help with math and most Castleton classes twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week though Tutor.com. Just click on the link on the menu on the left side of your course’s Canvas page to use this service for free. And if you’re taking a Jan-term class, never fear: Tutor.com will be available to you during that time. And of course, our full-time staff members are here to a...
If you can, please consider helping others this holiday season by supporting the donation opportunities listed below! Help Us Help Them this holiday season! Students and Professor Dave Blow plan to host a donation table in the Campus Center on Wednesday from 11am-2pm if you want to stop by. Any amount is greatly appreciated to get us to our goal, and we'll send you away with some candy to pick you up! Since 2015, Castleton University students, have raised more than $8,000 during the Christmas holiday season to provide necessities and toys for needy area children. The students raise the money, shop with Dave Blow to buy the gifts that the children's parents said they need and want, then wrap the gifts and deliver them. Recipients have included individual families in Castleton, ...
Greetings, To help us assess the quality of services provided in the Wellness Center, we are conducting a survey of student satisfaction. Your confidential and anonymous responses are very important in helping us to know how we can improve our services. Everyone who completes a survey will get a chance to win the Castleton Hoodie shown in here. If you want a chance to win please email the Wellness Center at email@example.com with your name once you have finished the survey. If you used the Wellness Center services (even if your contact was very brief), please have this survey completed by Friday, December 9th. If you saw more than one person, please complete the survey for each of the people with whom you met. Survey link! We thank you for taking the time to hel...
Are you interested in studying the night sky? Or learning about the role of astrophysics in what we see? Or maybe just experiencing the unique opportunity to witness astronomical events in person? Stop by the Astronomy Club's first meeting Wednesday, November 16th at 12:15pm being held in Jeffords 221 (The Zoology Lab)! This meeting is non-mandatory, but we will be discussing the astronomical events we plan to view over the semester. To get in touch for questions or comments if you can't make the meeting, please contact Kate Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org! Feel free to say hello! *Top Photo Credit: Andy Holmes on Unsplash | starry galaxy
Hi Spartans, Please consider joining the curling club! No experience required, we teach you everything you need to know and provide all equipment needed. The only thing we ask you to bring is warm clothes and sneakers. We meet every Wednesday for practice, and travel on occasional weekends for bonspiels (which is the term for curling tournaments). Transportation from campus will be available for all curling events and practices. Please reach out to Club President Rebecca Corsette by email email@example.com or by text at (845)391-2435 with any questions or interest in joining or trying. We encourage anyone interested to give it a try! *Photo Credit: agus_ie05469525 on vecteezy.com | figure curling on the ice, white background
The Vermont Board of High School Officials (Board 105) will be holding basketball officials' classes beginning November 1st in the Athletic Training Classroom. Classes will run on Monday and Wednesdays the following 3 weeks. Class time is 6 pm to 8 pm. Taking the class will enable you to officiate Boys & Girls high school basketball in Vermont for the upcoming season. If you like basketball, this is a great way to stay involved with the game, get some exercise, meet some new people, and make good money as well. If you are interested or have questions, you can contact John Hoagland in the Business Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or just show up to class. *Photo credit: Liz Ablashi on Vecteezy.com | dramatic shot of basketball flying into hoop
Trauma-Informed Slow Flow Restorative Yoga: A gentle movement yoga, fostering a mind-body connection that includes meditation and breathwork in a safe, non-judgemental space to embrace your self-care. Mondays | 4:30pm - 5:30pm Wednesdays | 3pm -4pm Haskell Hall Wellness Studio Bring your own mat; some will be available Dress Comfy!
Hello CU family!! Greetings from your NAACP family! We are so excited to welcome you all back for another great school year. We thank you all for your unconditional support last year and we hope to have your support going forward. Our meetings are on Wednesdays at 5pm in The Formal Lounge. Last year we accomplished so much together but the work is not done. We hope to continue being a valuable resource on campus for all students and we ask that you join us in the fight to making Castleton and the world a better environment for everyone regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, etc. All are welcome! Last Year's Black Lives Matter Flag Raising Ceremony